Paul
M.
Maguigen


PAUL M. MAGUIGEN was born on April 27, 1895. He was a veteran of World War I who lived in North Camden after the war. He was active in Republican politics, and served in the minor judiciary in Camden.

In 1934 Paul Maguigen was living at 503 North 8th Street. He supported David Baird Jr. over Albert S. Woodruff in the bitterly contested May primary election to determine control of Camden County's Republican party, and was a candidate for the party nomination for justice of the peace. 

The 1947 Camden City Directory shows that Paul and Eleanor Maguigen were then living at 404 North 7th Street, and that he was employed by Camden's Police Department. He was not listed in the 1959 New Jersey Bell Telephone Directory for Camden County. 

Paul Maguigen passed away in November of 1972.

Camden
Courier-Post

May 10, 1934

Note: Newspaper article had Paul Meguigan's name misspelled. 

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